Sandi Patty talks about being at the edge of divine versus the edge of the despair

Gospel recording artist Sandi Patty, an Oklahoma native and resident, discusses her new book and album "The Edge of the Divine,” hitting bookshelves and music stores this month.

BY CARLA HINTON Published: August 14, 2010
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Gospel recording artist Sandi Patty said she was devastated when she auditioned to be a Disneyland singer 30 years ago and was rejected.

She had no way of knowing then that she would rise to fame as a Grammy Award-winning singer and that she would go on to sing at the California amusement park and its Florida counterpart Disney World several times.


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GOING ON
Sandi Patty and Friends concert
When: 6 p.m. Sept. 26.

Where: Crossings Community Church, 14600 N Portland.

Cost: $15 general admission; $30 for reserved seating and artist meet and greet.

Information: 755-2227, www.sandipatty.com or www.crossingsokc.org.

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